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The predictions are epic. The warnings are dire. And the blanketing has begun.

At CNN, we’ll showcase some of your photos and videos of what could be a “historic” blizzard. Be sure to stay safe.

Here’s some of what you – and we – have seen and shared so far.

The folks of Manhattan are known for their innovative coping skills.

Other New Yorkers just hoofed it.

Still, not too many folks were out.

CNN’s Nick Valencia prowled the streets of Boston as the snow fell.

Early morning on the streets of Boston

The Massachusetts DOT spoke in terms the people could understand.

At train stations, crowds pushed to get a spot on board before service shut down.

Did you know that snow comes in different shapes and sizes.

From space, you can see it all.

Thousands of flights were canceled, but some were still taking off with the help of de-icing.

Flight attendant Lia Ocampo said she was bracing for her first blizzard. She sent photos of snow-covered runways at New York’s JFK International Airport to CNN’s iReport.

Flight attendant Lia Ocampo told CNN's iReport she was getting ready for her first blizzard at JFK International Airport.

For some travelers, it was touch and go. Ricardo Canadinhas looked through an ice-coated window on his Virgin Atlantic flight before takeoff. He could barely see. “#isthissafe,” he tweeted.

Folks rushed to the store as the snow fell, but some of them seemed to be running low on supplies.

Shoppers clean out the bread shelves at a Greenwich Village grocery store
No milk and little bread at a Star Market in Boston

While some people were hunkering down, others went outside to play.

And here’s Brendan Schaffer, who works at Fairview Lake YMCA Camp in Stillwater, New Jersey. He scrambled to have some fun before the blizzard hit. Schaffer says it took him more than four hours to make this snow sculpture.

Have images to share, taken safely? Share them on social media using hashtag #CNNSnow, and via CNN iReport.

CNN’s Dorrine Mendoza, Gabriel Kinder, Christina Manduley, Henry Hanks and Sam Stringer contributed to this report.